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CSPAN
Jan 26, 2013 5:00pm EST
wrote the obituary of martin luther king, the non-violence was dead. it was rejected. martin luther king could not defeated sir laurie project. and the story really was that the kennedy administration wanted carl sanders to win in 1962, and there was a federal injunction that was placed on martin luther king. so we weren't up against, you know, lori pritchett in georgia. we were really taking on the federal government, and we chose not to do that. and jack always seemed to understand that we were not the problem. i use to a quarrel with the new york times quite a bit because they were -- well, i think they were being polluted by information they were getting, distorted information that there were getting from hoover. and they would come to talk to us like we were the ones that created all these problems in the south. jack never did that. jack understood where the problem was, and he knew -- i mean, i always thought of him as a friend. and anything he ever asked any, i knew i could answer him candidly and truthfully and there would be no downside to it and there were quite a few -- actual
SFGTV
Jan 26, 2013 3:00am PST
martin luther king's birth. many people know who doctor king was, a clergyman, activist, husband, father, the most prominent promoter of nonviolence and civil disobedience; he received the nobel peace prize in 1964 in recognition of his nonviolence. only we discussing assault weapons ban ammunitions but acknowledging that today would have been doctor martin luther king's 84th birthday, a very prolific activist. i would like to recognize and former city employee and decorated soldier mr. hillyer terry, born june 4, 1923. while attending college he was drafted to serve in world war ii; he served the united states army from 1943 to 1946 where he received an honorable discharge; he was awarded the american theater campaign medal; the eaim campaign medal with four bronze stars, good combat medal, world war ii victory medal. he was the city and county employee for 33 years and retired as a trusted supervisor for the san francisco municipal transportation agency. he leaves behind a wife as well as his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. i would like to also have an in memor
NBC
Jan 26, 2013 5:30am EST
president taking the ceremonial oath on bibles used by president lincoln and dr. martin luther king junior. >> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> reporter: in his address he echoed themes sounded by both lincoln and king. >> while freedom is a gift from god, it must be secured by his people here on earth. >> reporter: the president talked policy, urging action on the deficit, global warming, and the protection of children. >> we reject the belief that america must choose between caring for the generation that built this country and investing in the generation that will build its future. >> reporter: he called for action not just from washington, but from each and every one of us. >> we are made for this moment, and we will seize it, so long as we seize it together. >> reporter: the ceremony a treat for the senses, for the eyes a sea of red, white and blue. ♪ glory glory hallelujah >> for the ear some amazing voices. ♪ oh saying does that >> article the ceremony a lunching and parade. crowds lined the streets, hoping to get a glimpse of the president and vice p
WETA
Jan 26, 2013 1:30am EST
of government. martin luther king was under surveillance. the government can violate your rights. we need that sensibility. governments can use their power to support corporate elites. they come together not just politically but economically. let me say this. martin luther king, jr., could be taken to jail without due process or judicial process because he had a connection with a freedom fighter who was called a terrorist named nelson mandela. he just got off the terrorist list in 2008. he had a relation to a terrorist, and under the present administration you can assassinate americans. you can take them to jail with out due process. we have got a black political prisoners right now in america, and they are in their becausee their love was such they are willing to tell the truth. that is a threat. we do not talk about them. that is what the culture of fear is not just silence. people are afraid. they are afraid to lose their jobs. you cannot have a culture of fear and generate a movement. justice will soon generate into something less than justice. we have to talk about love. mar
SFGTV
Jan 26, 2013 4:00am PST
? now, in district 10, in a school named after doctor martin luther king we have a principal to punish a child the principal sat on this child. the san francisco board knows about it. some of you know about it. they will have a press conference a few days from now and address the situation. i was here the last meeting where it two women from each chamber, each were talking and talking, appointing one another to be president. in the end they withdrew that because it was a farce. and you think the world is not looking at it. what type of process do we have in this chamber? what type of process? you reviewed your speech, see if you contribute directly to the constituents of san francisco. there are so many issues out there, important issues. what do you talk about? this that and the other which makes no sense. imagine if you're traveling from one place to the other and you know where you are going, to whatever. logistics. this is an international city that does not respect the first people. i can give you another 200 reasons, good stuff that we should do and not do thank you very m
CSPAN
Jan 25, 2013 8:00pm EST
martin luther king by a stubborn adherence to the notion that we are all created equal and we deserve nothing less than than a great republican worthy of our consent. the theme of this year's inauguration is face in america's future. the per fengt embodiment of this unshakable confidence in the ongoing success of our collective journey is an event from our past. i speak of the improbable completion of the capitol dome, and capping it with a statute of freedom which occurred 150 years ago in 1863. when abraham lincoln took office two years earlier, the dome above us was a halt-built eye sore. conventional wisdom that it should be left unfinished until the war ended give the financial needs of the times. but to president lincoln, the half finished dome simple bollized the half divided nation. lincoln said, if people see the capitol going on, it is a sign we intend the union shall on. and so despite the conflict with which engulfed the nation and surrounded the city, the dome continued to rise. on december 2nd, 1862 within the statute of freedom, a woman was placed atop the dome where sh
CNN
Jan 26, 2013 1:00am PST
waited until the late train friday night on martin luther king holiday weekend, we'd see a big crowd getting off is at this station. >> we had 28 reservations coming into the essex station tomorrow night. >> 28? >> correct. >> all those people could fit on one bus. right? >> it could. but that's not their choice. their choice is rail. >> reporter: guess what else is coming to vermont. even more money from u.s. taxpayers for high-speed rail. that in reality is making slow-speed rail just a little faster. >> it seems like a whole lot of money for very little improvement. what is the obama administration or transportation department have to say about this? >> well, you know, this was the first project under this high-speed rail initiative that was completed. and when it was completed, ray lahood, the transportation secretary, was out there just praising that, again, that it came in on budget, came in on time. he said it will move more goods more efficiently, create jobs for the economy up in vermont. and it did increase speeds just a little bit. but it did increase speeds. nothing was s
CSPAN
Jan 25, 2013 10:30pm EST
future. as martin luther king jr. once said, injustice anywhere is a threat to just us everywhere. -- justice everywhere. for decades, pro-abortion activists have perpetrated lies about abortion particularly to women. my number 1 -- we have been told that abortion is merely a means of female liberation justice and empowerment. hitting mothers against the unborn is not liberating. it is a horrible injustice that, in the last 40 years, has resulted in 55 -- 55 million aborted babies whose mothers have gone on to live with severe physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual scars. women who have had abortions are 30% more likely to face emotional and mental problems. they are 40% more likely to have a premature birth. and three times more likely to experience drug and alcohol problems during their lifetime. such lies cannot continue. my number two, we have been told that abortion is about choice. in reality, abortion is a false choice. abortion leads to death of a child. robbing society of its future mothers and fathers, nurses, doctors, teachers. a choice to take what is not ours to t
SFGTV
Jan 26, 2013 4:30am PST
martin luther king. and also the 49ers, playin atlanta falcons. atlanta georgia is the new gay capital. what i would like to say also to the board of supervisors and all of you all is that i heard that the supervisor in district 8 talk about twin peaks. i still stay in the -- (indiscernible) the good thing about, we have two gay cities, for the super bowl. what i want to say to you, remember bare rust, harvey milk. bare ruston (sounds like) a black gay man. i believe the day would come when all of god's children, (indiscernible) (indiscernible) times have changed. i hope that you can get the gay pride (indiscernible) and these two supervisors. hopefully you can be there too. and speak on that date. thank you. >> thank you. >> any members of the public wish to speak in general public comment. seeing none it is close. >> items 33-40 are considered for immediate and unanimous adoption. if an board member request discussion that would be separate. roll call. >> items 33-40. >> supervisor campos: aye >> supervisor chiu: aye >> president: aye >> supervisor cohen: aye >> supervisor farrell: a
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